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Eggnog Fudge

Posted by  ·  December 20, 2018  ·  Last Updated: December 23, 2018

Eggnog Fudge is a delicious gift from your kitchen. Make this homemade fudge in about 30 minutes. It is an easy and yummy edible gift.

Eggnog fudge

Eggnog Fudge Ingredients

This creamy fudge uses the usual marshmallow cream typically found in fudge recipes, but instead of semi-sweet chocolate, you find white chocolate and of course if full of eggnog flavor! If you love eggnog this is your fudge!

  • sugar
  • butter
  • eggnog
  • white baking chocolate
  • nutmeg
  • marshmallow creme
  • vanilla extract

Eggnog Fudge Recipe

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Eggnog Fudge

Servings 18
Author Cindy

Ingredients

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 3/4 cup eggnog
  • 12 ounces white baking chocolate
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 7 ounce jars marshmallow creme
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

  1. Bring sugar, butter, and eggnog to a full boil in a heavy medium-size saucepan. Continue to boil over medium heat until candy thermometer reaches 234 degrees, stir constantly to prevent scorching. Remove from heat and stir in the white chocolate and nutmeg, stirring until the chocolate is melted.  Add marshmallow creme and vanilla extract. Beat until well blended.  Pour into a buttered 8 or 9-inch square pan.  Cool, then cut into squares.  Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. May be frozen for up to three weeks.

How do you make the best fudge?

  • Be sure to work quickly and stir constantly
  • Have your prepared pan ready to go before you start cooking the fudge.
  • Store brand marshmallow cream can break down, go the National brand when making fudge
  • Don’t overcook. Just a minute too long and you will have dry crumbly fudge.
  • Make sure your candy thermometer is working before you begin.

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We love fudge at our house. Be sure to try some of our favorite recipes! Sounds delicious right!?!

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